Jurors on Thursday found Arthur Morgan III guilty of killing Tierra Morgan-Glover, whose body was pulled from a creek in a park near the Jersey shore in November 2011.
Prosecutors in Monmouth County say Arthur Morgan III, 29, of Eatontown killed Tierra Morgan-Glover in a jealous rage in 2011 after the child’s mother broke off their engagement.
Superior Court Judge Anthony Mellaci Jr. denied a defense motion Tuesday to dismiss murder and other charges against Arthur Morgan III, who is accused of killing Tierra Morgan-Glover in Nov. 2011.
The snow came early and started sticking sooner than many drivers in Bergen County expected.
The slick conditions Friday led to a freak accident at the Freehold Raceway. Several drivers were injured around 2 p.m. when the pace car lost control on the water-logged track.
Most of the suspected cases, including the one confirmed case, are connected to D’Jais Bar & Grill in Belmar.
A 15-year-old Long Island girl has become a star pitcher of her otherwise all-male Little League team, and was headed this week to Little League World Series.
Three New York City residents pleaded not guilty Monday to charges stemming from the 2002 death of a 9-year-old girl whose remains were found in central New Jersey three years later.
A central New Jersey man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for a bank robbery spree that lasted three months.
For two years, Robert and Kim Summers have been trying to bring a Russian child to their Freehold home and recently were matched with a little boy whom they have already named.
Wednesday’s nor’easter brought down power lines and utility poles in parts of the town and people were left shoveling snow following a miserable week of dealing with Sandy’s aftermath.
The nor’easter, as promised, brought gusting winds, rain and snow and plunged households that waited for days without power because of Sandy back into darkness in temperatures near freezing.
JCP&L crews worked all weekend long and through Monday night to clear the trees that had come crashing down in Freehold.
Forecasters believe a supercell storm packing wind gusts as high as 65 mph pounded Freehold and Freehold Township on Saturday night.
No matter how many times you see it, the power of Mother Nature can be stunning. Power lines can be ripped down. Trees are often toppled over. But one couple was actually inside their car, when lightning brought down a tree, crushing them.